ABOUT OUR JUDO ASSOCIATION
Ghana Judo Association is the largest association for Judo in Ghana and a member as well as the official representative for this sport in the Ghana Olympic Committee.
Ghana Judo Association is a member of the African umbrella organization African Judo Union (AJU) as well as the World Association for International Judo Federation (IJF).
On the part of the Ghana Olympic Committee, the Ghana Judo Association is the only Judo Association authorized to send athletes to the Olympic Games. Emmanuel Nartey was the first Ghanaian to compete in Judo in the Olympics. Szandra Szögedi was the first female to represent Ghana.
For the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, Ghana Judo was represented by Kwadjo Anani. Ghana Judo Association is one of the few sports federations to have qualified for 3 consecutive Olympics.
GJA Judokas are currently in training for the 2022 Commonwealth Games, 2023 All African Games, and the 2024 Paris Olympics.
PRINCIPLES OF OUR JUDO ASSOCIATION
MEET OUR STAFF
Winners of Ghana National Tournament
Men's National Team
Female Judokas representing Ghana
Ladies National Team
Roster of IJF qualified judokas